Sustainable football grassroots dev’t pledged

NOFA’s newly-elected officers* 

The newly-elected president of Negros Occidental Football Association promised to implement sustainable grassroots development initiatives for football coaches in the province during the NOFA elections at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City on Saturday, April 6.

Jose Miguel Valmayor of the San Carlos City Football Club was unanimously elected as the new NOFA president, while Rene Dofitas of Bacolod United FC is the new vice president and Augustine Rey Rivas of Kabankalan FC is the general secretary.

Valmayor said that he plans to unify the football leagues in the province and will focus on reorganization of the association.

He also plans to institute and implement sustainable grassroots development initiatives and licensing programs for the football coaches all over the province.

Valmayor also announced that the association will adopt a new name which is the Negros Occidental Regional Football Association or NORFA.

Meanwhile, eight new board members were also elected representing the north, central, and south Negros districts.

PCY FC of San Carlos City, Don Bosco FC (DBTI) of Victorias City, and Sagay City FC were elected as members of the NOFA board for the North Cluster represented by Ex-Officio Board Member of the Provincial SK Federation Pocholo Yuvienco, Nick Pagador, and Alfe Sebuha, respectively.

ONE Negros– Abanse Negrense Football Academy spearheaded by Provincial Sports Coordinator Anthony Carlo Agustin, Ceres Negros FC’s Noel de Oca, and Real Negrense FC’s (RNFC) Luis William Clauor were the newly elected board members of the Central Negros cluster.

Pastor Julius Villaranda of Pontevedra FC and Bonna David of Himamaylan City FC were the board representatives of the South Negros cluster.*

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